I truly and deeply wanted to kill him. And I believe I could have done it, with nothing but my hands. But all of a sudden, out of nowhere, Peter had an arm around me. “Let it go, Kade,” he was whispering very gently, though his arm was nearly crushing me. “Open your fists,” he said, “and let go of the coals.
I felt a rush of trust--felt that life might be not just tolerable but beautiful, if I could only remember to find the bare Present.
The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.- Ernest Hemingway
Develop your own compass, and trust it. Take risks, dare to fail, remember the first perso...- Aaron Sorkin
Love cannot live where there is no trust.- Edith Hamilton
All the world is made of faith, and trust, and pixie dust.- Peter Pan
Put your trust in God, my boys, and keep your powder dry!- Valentine Blacker
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If my heart still beat I didn’t know it. I was aware of one thing only; next to the gaping fact called Death, all I knew was nothing, all I did meant nothing, all I felt conveyed nothing. This was no passing thought. It was a gnawing, palpable emptiness more real than the cold.
The fundamentalists of every faith remain blind to the truth that the “sigh within the prayer is the same in the heart of the Christian, the Muslim, and the Jew.” I have seen this unity with my eyes, heard it with my ears, felt it with all my being.
David James Duncan is an American novelist and essayist, best known for his two bestselling novels, The River Why and The Brothers K. Both received the Pacific Northwest Booksellers award; The Brothers K was a New York Times Notable Book in 1992 and won a Best Books Award from the American Library Association.
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